Islam is a religion whose ethics and laws are derived from divine command. Describe the four sources of the Islamic shari’a. Indicate how, through appeal to these sources, different scholarly commentators and interpreters might arrive at different conclusions concerning moral obligations.

Islam is a religion whose ethics and laws are derived from divine command. Describe the four sources of the Islamic shari’a. Indicate how, through appeal to these sources, different scholarly commentators and interpreters might arrive at different conclusions concerning moral obligations. Discuss three obligations, including the various interpretations of jihad. Do not cite the Pillars of Islam as your examples.